June 2011 Issue

Introduction

June's Healthy Newsletter focuses on a recent health topic of great concern - the E.coli breakout in Europe. It explains what has caused this strange strain of E.coli to be resistant to eight forms of antibiotics, and ways that you and your family can support your immune systems in order... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

Dr. Janet, I want to thank you for all that you do. You know what is really strange? I live in St. Louis County, MO and you live somewhere in TX. You and I have never seen each other....! Why is that so strange? Because, the only help I have... Continue Reading

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Free Food

You do know that all our food is free, right? Well, that's the way Nature intended it to be. Nature provides free food for every animal on the planet - human beings simply realized that they could make money off mankind's need to eat, so we are the only animals... Continue Reading

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Pump Up Your Immune System

Your immune system does much more than help you recover from a cold or the flu. It is an awesome network that involves defender cells, lymph nodes, and bone marrow. It is a warning system, garbage collection-clean up service, an antibody manufacturing plant, and a delivery and information network. This... Continue Reading

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Pharmaceutical Farming

Food chemicals and preservatives were first introduced in our modern food supply for health and safety benefits to protect the consumer from microorganisms found in foods that were not eaten quickly. Refining sugar and flour first came about during navigation periods when food remained on ships for months at a... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

The Radiation From Japan Q: Has the radiation from Japan really affected our fresh food choices in America? A: Sadly, it has and may continue to impact our farms and oceans for many years to come, but this doesn't mean you replace eating fresh foods with man-made, pre-packaged chemical... Continue Reading

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Did You Know - About E.coli?

E.coli is the common abbreviation for Escherichia coli. Escherichia coli is named after Theodor Escherich. E.coli is a rod-shaped bacterium that is commonly found in the lower intestine of warm-blooded organisms. E.coli cells are a major component of feces. Fecal-oral transmission is the major route through which pathogenic strains... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipe: Spot Stew

June's Healthy Recipe is Spot Stew, a healthy recipe for both people and animals. If you're feeling a little peaky, or your house pet is having some digestive issues, Spot Stew is spot-on. Spot Stew From Bette Corbette's Home Remedies Ingredients: 1 boiled chicken 3 zucchini I stalk celery 5... Continue Reading

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The Benefits of Omega-3

By Marcelena Hardy, Staff Writer for evitamins. Check out the facts on Omega-3 and see why there are such things as good fats. Save 15% off your order if you purchase before June 29th, 2011. Use the "MADEINUSA" coupon code during checkout to receive credit for their Fourth of July... Continue Reading

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